Daily Archives: May 14, 2017

Reading, Writing, and Silver Fish Jumping

Originally posted on Helen Glynn Jones:
It’s been a little while since I’ve written an update kind of post, and so it seemed like today would be a good day. A Thousand Rooms is currently available to read and review…

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Thursday photo prompt – Green #writephoto

Originally posted on Ladyleemanila:
THIS WEEK’S WORDS come from “Clothespins on the Line” by Sawnie Morris: scrawny, after, finches, brittle, balanced, hopeful, paintings, daubs, cold, picnic, nails, ancestors Flocks of tiny finches swoop in to graze Among the green moss…

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Flight of the Seer VII…

* Given our quiet revolution, it was heartening that so many of the Companions stayed on after the workshop to play out in the landscape. The feeling was that many others would have too had not circumstances dictated otherwise. For … Continue reading

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Thank you!

To everyone who helped raise funds towards the cost of Nick’s Mountain Trike, a specially adapted, off-road wheelchair able to take the less able to places otherwise out of reach… THANK YOU!

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#writephoto – Danger- by Michael

Behind the green facade and the peaceful air of the place, there lurked a fear. For so long there had been a solitude about living in the tunnels. Built so long ago, neglected and left to its own devices the … Continue reading

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The Choice

Originally posted on The Bag Lady:
? ? ? ? ? I could keep on running. I could fool the dogs staying in the stream but that would mean going into the tunnel. How old is it? Where does it…

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Foul feline

We’ve fallen out, the cat and I, For gratitude’s illusion Has been destroyed and left no doubt That it was mere delusion. * I gave the benefit of doubt, Accepting there was reason For cats to bring their keepers gifts … Continue reading

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Tell-Tale Signs… Stuart France

* …There is lots of real depth in this little story. It is culled from the pages of, ‘Folk Tales of the British Isles’ and is full of that rare and ever dwindling commodity known as Folk Wisdom. This re-telling … Continue reading

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Perspective #midnighthaiku


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